Pay what you decide - book your ticket in advance via Eventbrite
If you come to the Yvonne Carr centre on 27 or 28 September at 7.30pm you’ll find Robin baking – combining flour, water and salt to repeat a process used around the world for over 6,000 years.
As loaves are kneaded and baked, before being shared with the audience, Flintlock Theatre’s show looks at our relationship with food with a handful of songs and a little help from his friends.
What exactly do we want from our daily bread?
Times and tickets
For this event Wandsworth Council are operating a ‘pay what you decide’ ticketing system. You still need to book in advance, but at the end of the performance you have the opportunity to pay what you decide (cash only). If you can’t afford to pay very much, or anything at all, you are still welcome!
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start – note that you must arrive by 7.25pm to guarantee your seat.
The performance on Friday 27 September will be BSL interpreted.
Age recommendation: 12+ so parental/guardian discretion advised. Please note that this show contains some strong language and themes relating to food and body image.
Flintlock Theatre is raising money for the Trussell Trust during the tour of Daily Bread, so ticket income from 27 and 28 September will be donated in full to this charity. The Trussell Trust is a charity working to end hunger and poverty in the UK.
This event is part of Harvest in Nine Elms 2019, supported by Wandsworth Council.
PLUS! Pre-theatre dinner (Saturday 28 September only)
Come along to the Bonnington Café on Thessaly (in the Yvonne Carr centre), for a special pre-theatre dinner menu between 6pm and 7pm served by cooks Ela and Joe. Enjoy a two-course vegetarian or vegan dinner for only £10. To book please email firstname.lastname@example.org and note that payment is cash only.
For more info on Bonnington Café on Thessaly, visit www.bonningtoncafeonthessaly.com
Yvonne Carr Centre, 2 Thessaly Road, SW8 4HT
Start date: 27/09/2019
End date: 28/09/2019
Open from 19:30 to 21:30